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Theta Chapter | Belmont University

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Executive Committee

McKenzie Roberts

President

As a Sevierville, Tennessee native, moving to Nashville was an exciting adventure. I am a Biology major aspiring to pursue Physician's Assistant school. After volunteering at many hospitals and clinics, I have found a love for Pediatric Dermatology. I am currently involved on campus as a tour guide and ambassador, and I love spending the rest of my free time investing into this wonderful chapter. In my free time, you can catch me dancing, online shopping with my budget, preparing for Miss Tennessee in June, and spending time with friends, family, and my puppy Maggie Mae. This chapter is my heart, and I am excited to see our ladies as a whole grow together in 2017.

Mabry Culp

Vice President of Chapter Development

Mabry Culp, our joyful ball of energy from Dallas, Texas, is currently serving as the Vice President of Chapter Development. A double major in Communication Studies and Journalism, she is always on the go and can be found obsessing over her color coordinated google calendar, Ernest Hemingway, and Netflix. She is a self proclaimed hot chocolate and hummus enthusiast, as well as an amateur graphologist (someone who studies handwriting). With aspirations to be a corporate trainer, Mabry loves public speaking and working with others to better their communication skills. She is deeply looking forward to serving the chapter with her ebullient energy and servant heart.

Cassidy Best

Vice President of Committees

My name is Cassidy Best, and I am a sophomore Songwriting major here at Belmont University. I'm from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, so I went just 45 minutes down the road to college in Nashville! I have the incredible privilege of being Phi Mu Theta's Vice President of Committees this year and I am so honored to serve. I came to Belmont in career aspirations becoming a singer / songwriter, which is of course still my biggest dream, but the longer I am surrounded by such talented people in all facets of the music business, the more I know that as long as I have a career in the music industry, I will be happy!

Macie Brown

Treasurer

Hi! My name is Macie Brown and I am a sophomore Accounting and Music Business double major. I am originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky and chose to come to Belmont because of it's location, business school, and the great greek life here! My end goal is to work in the financial/business side of the country music industry. I'm so thankful for my position as Treasurer because it will ultimately prepare me for my career, and for the fact that I get to serve my sisters in Phi Mu!

Jenn Cooke

Recruitment Director

My name is Jenn Cooke and I’m a senior finance major. Hometown is not an easy question for me to answer, as I’ve moved more than sixteen times. I am so grateful that Nashville has become a place for me to call home now, and I owe it all to my wonderful Phi Mu sisters. Although I am not majoring in music, my love for writing and singing is what brought me to Music City for college! My {actual} sister, who is also a Phi Mu, and I sing in a duo together called The Lockets and we love to play at venues around in Nashville. I also have a strong passion for service, and I enjoy being active and watching movies. My sisters bring me so much joy, and I am so excited to welcome a new pledge class of sisters this year!

Karissa Haasz

New Member Director

Hello! My name is Karissa Haasz and I am an Entertainment Industry Studies major and Music Business minor from North Canton, OH. I came to Nashville because of my a passion for music, and I currently intern at Universal Music Group. My aspirations change every day. Due to my broad major, my opportunities are endless. I love being in Nashville and having the ability to chase my dreams and make a difference. I am honored to serve Phi Mu Theta as their New Member Director 2017. I am so excited to welcome in our new members to their new home in Phi Mu.

Morgan Smith

Secretary

Now a Texas resident, I am a native born East Tennessee girl at heart and have found my way back home in Nashville at Belmont. I am a junior Music Business major with a Legal Studies emphasis. I aspire to attend law school after graduation. In addition to Phi Mu, I am involved with Relay for Life, Service Corp, and intern at a law firm in Downtown Nashville. I love country music, running, shopping, trying new restaurants, and exploring Nashville with my friends in my free time. I have such high hopes for 2017 and will be spending my year, cherishing memories with sisters, studying for the LSAT’s and preparing for my senior year!! It is such an honor to serve this wonderful chapter and I am humbled to serve on 2017 Phi Mu Theta Executive Committee.

Jessica Swan

Social Chair

Hi! I'm Jessica Swan from Eugene, Oregon. I am a junior Mass Communication major and Public Relations minor. I am looking forward to pursuing a career in fashion upon graduation. In my free time I love exploring new cities, wakeboarding on the lake with my friends, and watching football with my family. In high school I led a team who organized a pageant benefitting Children's Miracle Network, and I am thrilled to be making a difference in the same wonderful cause throughout my time in Phi Mu.

Elizabeth Haag

Philanthropy Chair

Rachel Ruppert

Sisterhood Development Chair

My name is Rachel Ruppert, and I am a junior Nursing Major from St. Louis, MO. I was initiated into Phi Mu in the fall of 2014, and I have been in love with this organization since the day I pledged! This is my second year serving on Phi Mu’s executive board and I’m beyond thankful to have another opportunity to serve these beautiful sisters of mine. When I’m not attending Phi Mu events, I am involved in Nurse’s Christian Fellowship, Bruin Recruiters, TT leadership, and Ethos House Church. I love being so involved, especially because there are other Phi Mu sisters in each of these organizations with me! These women have my heart and continually make my college experience more incredible than I could have dreamed.

Savannah Bobo-Bressler

Ritual Chair

I was born and raised in Hendersonville, TN and plan to stay in Nashville. I am majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science, and I'm hoping to work for political campaigns or non-profit organizations. I absolutely love doing pottery and sculpting. Anything artsy, I'm all about it. I also love spending time with my friends, especially my sisters! My favorite colors are gold and carnation pink, of course.